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We are currently updating our menu of treatments and will publish these soon. Please contact us with any queries or for prices.



We have an in-house laboratory which has many modern blood and urine testing machines to enable us to provide results within the hour, we think you will agree this is better than the NHS.

We run samples on a daily basis from general health screening to hypothyroidism.


We are pleased to offer PET'S (Pet Travel Scheme) Passports under the guidance of DEFRA.

Please view their website for further details or speak to a member of staff.

Nurse Clinics 1


We provide an extensive list of clinics and consults free of charge, offering advice and demonstrations for on going pet healthcare.

We have listed them here; please do not hesitate to contact us for further details:

  • Weight clinics and Nutritional advice
  • Dental Hygiene
  • Ear cleansing
  • Nurse Clinics 2
  • Tick removals, flea checks and product administration


We have a designated x-ray room with digital developing technology, which enhances picture quality and reduces waste costs. This means that we can pass these savings on to pet owners.

Please note: A consultation with a veterinary surgeon is necessary prior to the booking of an x-ray.



We have a basic ultrasound scanner on the premises which can be used to perform scans during consulting periods; however we have an excellent relationship with North East Veterinary Imaging (NVI) whom we can arrange to come into the surgery to perform more technically demanding scans using a higher spectrum scanner.

Scans can usually be booked in the same working week during surgery hours. Results in either case will be given the same day.


We have a designated dental room where we have all the equipment necessary to carry out all the regular procedures you would expect from your own dentist, ie. scale and polish, tooth extraction, etc.

We do believe in prevention being better than cure however so we advocate dental hygiene regimes for pet owners to perform on their pets.

For advice and a free dental check up please book an appointment. See our Free Clinics section for more details.


We encourage a preventative medicine approach to owners and their pets. This includes vaccinating annually, worming every quarter, applying flea product every 4-8 weeks and neutering all non-breeding pets.

A healthy pet = clean teeth and healthy gums, trimmed nails, bright eyes, glossy coat, clean odour free ears.

Clean teethTrimmed nailsBright eyesGlossy coatClean odour-free ears


We advise vaccination from an early age and annually throughout your pets life to maintain their preventative health status.

Follow this link to set up your annual booster reminder:

Puppy vaccination course including Free Wormer and Health Check
Dog annual booster including Health Check
Kitten vaccination package including Free Wormer, Health Check, Leukemia Vaccine and ID Chip
Cat annual booster including Health Check & Leukemia vaccine

Contact surgery for prices


We advise cats and dogs be wormed every 3 month at least to maintain their general health. Please follow a link to set up your worming reminders and to find out more.


We advise treating for fleas every 4-6 weeks in cats and every 6-8 weeks in dogs. Follow the link to find out more and to set up your flea treatment reminder:



Pets don't stray, prevents against unwanted litters, prevents against testicular and prostate cancers in the dog and tom cat, and mammary tumours and pyometra's (womb infections) in the bitch and queen. It can also reduce aggressive and boisterous behaviour without taking away character and prevent false pregnancies. It can also prevent tom cats territory marking, or ‘spraying' and fighting, which in turn, prevents against FELV.

Rabbits, Guinea-pigs and ferrets can be neutered from 6 months of age.

Ultimately, neutering prevents aggressive behaviour, false pregnancies, prevents against ovarian cysts.



We recommend that dogs and cats get fed for their life stage i.e. 1) puppy/kitten: up to 1yr 2) adult: 1yr-6/8yrs 3) senior/mature adult: over 8/10yrs.

We recommend a complete, nutritionally balanced good quality diet of either dry biscuits or tinned meat (or both). We only stock veterinary recommended ‘premium' diets.


‘Selective feeding' is a problem with small animals. This is simply where a mixed food of cereals, grasses, oats etc is given and the animal simply picks out food of interest and often doesn't get the nutritional balance they need.

There are veterinary diets on the market which prevent this, as all the ingredients are formed into one pellet. These pelleted versions are also very good for dental care, keeping the teeth trim and gums healthy.


It's important to be aware that not all pet insurance is the same. Some policies limit the amount of time or money that you can claim for. Don't just shop around on price alone. Ask the following five key questions so you clearly understand what each policy does and doesn't cover:

  • Will the policy cover my pet for on-going conditions (e.g. eczema) into its old age?
  • Will exclusions be placed at renewal for an illness that occurred in the previous year?
  • Will my excess or premium increase if I make a claim?
  • Will the policy cover: congenital and hereditary illness, hip-related conditions, dental treatment or behavioural conditions?
  • Is the provider a pet insurance specialist?

Pet Health Plan


At Hadrian Vets, we want to help you look after your pet in the best possible way. Our Pet Health Plan is a great way to cut the cost of routine veterinary care for your pet.

We encourage you to join this scheme because routine care is an important part of responsible pet ownership. The Plan offers you assured wellness protection for your pet.

Take a look at the price list and you'll see you can make great savings on the annual costs we call 'preventative maintenance' - helping you keep your pet in tip-top condition.

We can't emphasise enough how important it is to provide routine veterinary care. And joining our Pet Health Club will help you do so for a fixed monthly cost saving 5-10%.

View our brochure


At Hadrian Vets we care and have concerns for all animals. Our stray fund has been a huge success. Your contributions of loose change and donations are most welcome to help with only the cost of medications used. Through your generosity we have been able to treat and care for many stray and wild animals.

We can also assist owners to find loving homes for their pets for whatever reasons they may require it.

We will update this site to include any animals requiring re-homing, please contact us for more details.


Acupuncture is a form of diagnosis and treatment that originated in the far east over three thousand years ago. It uses fine needles which are inserted into specific points of the body to produce physiologic responses which assist in the body to heal.

The Ancient Chinese said that illness was a state of imbalance due to a blockage of the normal energy flow in the body. Acupuncture is a means of restoring this energy flow within the body. Modern research has shown that acupuncture can have an effect on all body systems.

Acupuncture treatment involves the insertion of a varying number of fine needles which are left in place for approximately twenty minutes.

The average number of treatments is about four and if improvement follows it will usually be apparent by then.

Treatments are usually weekly initially and with improvement this time is lengthened. Chronic conditions may subsequently require booster treatments at varying intervals.

Animals accept needles well and often relax and even fall asleep during the treatment.

There is little risk from acupuncture treatment when in expert hands.

Acupuncture is a useful form of therapy especially for conditions that do not respond well to orthodox means. It is not a cure-all but should be considered with other established methods of treatment. It can fill a gap but will never replace conventional therapy but can at times be beneficial when other treatments have failed. It has the advantage that undesirable side effects of some drug therapy can be avoided.

Acupuncture is especially useful in the following conditions:

  • degenerative joint disease
  • arthritis
  • back pain
  • chronic lung problems
  • chronic diarrhoea
  • hip dysplasia
  • incontinence
  • muscle, ligament and tendon injuries
  • some forms of paralysis
  • sinusitis
  • spondylosis
  • some skin conditions

Additionally it can help chronic pain which is not being controlled adequately by conventional treatment or when side effects are a problem.


Welcome to Hadrian Vets in Hexham, we understand that pets are an important part of your family. We aim to give the very best veterinary care available, providing exceptional clinical standards in a friendly, caring way.

Our practice is available to all in the Tyne Valley area including Hexham, Corbridge, Stocksfield, Prudhoe, Haydon Bridge, Haltwhistle, Bellingham, Acomb, Allendale and Otterburn.

  • 15 minute consults as standard
  • Ample Free Parking
  • Highly recommended by our clients
  • Hadrian Vets Friendly, family run business
  • Acupuncture and Homeopathy Clinics
  • Hadrian Vets Hexham's longest established veterinary practice